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Coyotes and 4.6 engines share the same engine mount architecture, so this is a bolt-in proposition. Putting a Coyote into a Fox/SN-95 that originally had a pushrod 5.0 in it requires new engine mounts (bolt spacing and engine height) and by far the best way of doing that is with a tubular K-member featuring both 4.6 engine mounts and the proper bolt pattern for the two K-member-to-chassis bolts in the rear two arms of the K-member. Maximum Motorsports has exactly the needed K-member along with an excellent supply of suspension and steering bits to make a Coyote Fox really handle. UPR Products also offers a K-member solution which works with Moroso’s Coyote swap oil pan.